Perficient FAQ

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31 English questions out of 31

April 14, 2020

What is health insurance like at Perficient?

Pros

Good clients and flexibility in travel

Cons

Very poor benefits, poor health insurance, poor PTO, poor stock purchase

Very poor benefits, poor health insurance, poor PTO, poor stock purchase

April 14, 2020

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August 7, 2020

Does Perficient offer housing assistance?

Pros

Travel lodging and meal expenses are covered when on an assignment out of state

Cons

Depending on the end client, you may be expected to interact with full-employees.

Travel lodging and meal expenses are covered when on an assignment out of state

August 7, 2020

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October 13, 2020

What is the retirement plan like at Perficient?

Pros

Interesting work Management seems to care about employees Good work/life balance

Cons

401K match is poor No sick and max 2 week accrual on PTO (can only have 2 weeks of PTO then you stop accruing time) Bonus is not substantial No real method for career growth

Advice to Management

Fix PTO and make the bonus easier to understand and more substantial

401K match is poor

October 13, 2020

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January 19, 2019

What is paid time off like at Perficient?

Pros

Good PTO, can work from home, good benefits

Cons

Poor management and training of employees if you aren't in development

Good PTO, can work from home, good benefits

January 19, 2019

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June 13, 2019

Does Perficient offer family leave?

Pros

Work from home has been introduced but mostly because the office is empty due to everyone quitting or getting laid off.

Cons

Here we go: Benefits are obscenely bad. No paternity or maternity leave (in 2019!). PTO is extremely low when compared to other agencies. Holiday schedule is a joke, although you are given a floating holiday in case you want the day after Thanksgiving or Christmas Eve off. All of the equipment and internal software is outdated and difficult to use, although we are somehow a tech company. They do roll something out with minor improvements every few months with no training, though. Internal processes are weighed down with administrative red tape that makes getting to a decision or next step impossible in the short term. This may be due to those administrators trying to justify their jobs for the next round of expected layoffs. The work is boring. No new exciting clients have come through the door in some time. None of the other business units know what the agency does, so work has dried up, which is why morale is in the dumps. All anyone cares about is utilization and bringing work forward, but no new work is coming in. Everyone is worried about the next round of layoffs. It's hard to imagine this business unit lasting another year. Very few of the directors review work or coach their employees.

Advice to Management

Sell some work. Stop trying to tell us how great a quarter we just had after we all went through a round of layoffs the week before.

No paternity or maternity leave (in 2019!).

June 13, 2019

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